Bruce Fulton

Bruce Fulton

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Lt. Bruce W. Fulton, POW (Shot-down 10 Dec.'44)

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WW II  86th Fighter Group, Lt Bruce W Fulton was on a Combat Mission in his Fighter, with the 527th Fighter Squadron.  Lt Fulton flew through an explosion of ammunition that Lt Fulton shot at,  that caused his plane to catch fire, he was forced to bailed out of his ship,

12th Air Force, Mission "Brenner Pass" and his ship was about 25 miles S.W. of Brescis, Italy  10 December 1944

1st Lt Bruce Fulton, 86th FG, who was shot down  on Dec 10, 1944 and taken prisoner. He was a POW until the end of the war.

Lt Fulton Fighter - P-47  D-26RA Serial #42-28371

( Ralph W. Fulton, had a TWIN Brother), 1Lt. Bruce W. Fulton,
A Thunderbolt Pilot of the 86thFG; 527thFS

WW II 86th Fighter Group, Lt Bruce W Fulton was on a Combat Mission in his
Fighter, with the 527th Fighter Squadron. Lt Fulton flew through an
explosion of ammunition that Lt Fulton shot at, that caused his plane to catch
fire, he was forced to bailed out of his ship,12th Air Force, Mission "Brenner
Pass" and his ship was about 25 miles S.W. of Brescis, Italy 10 December
1944. 1st Lt Bruce Fulton, 86th FG, who was shot down on Dec 10, 1944 and
taken prisoner. He was a POW until the end of the war. Lt Fulton Fighter -
P-47 D-26RA Serial #42-28371

**Bruce Wrigley Fulton, 90, of Wilmore, died Thursday 19 March, 2009 at Thomson-Hood Veterans Center, Wilmore.
He was a retired salesman from Georgia Pacific Lumber, an Army veteran
and a member of Erlanger United Methodist Church and Erlanger Lions Club.

His wife, Sylvia I. Morgan Fulton, preceded him in death.

Survivors include a son, Bruce Morgan Fulton of Indianapolis; a daughter,
Donna Gail Perkins of Richmond; a sister, Anna Lois Faulkner of Cincinnati;
three grandchildren; and one great-grandchild.**

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